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Old 10-30-2008, 06:30 PM   #1
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Post HowTo: Maemo Mapper on the Nokia N8x0

The N810 is the first device I ever owned that had a GPS. The geek in me couldn't wait to learn 1st hand what I could do with a GPS. I felt there was a real need for a task oriented HowTo and there's no better way to learn than to teach. is the result of that effort. I will be updating the HowTo as Maemo Mapper has new releases and when I find more questions about GPS that need answering. I welcome comments from user community and the opportunity to make this an even more useful document.
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IMHO the challenge with MMapper is getting enough map data stored locally so you can go off route and still have a useful device.


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